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VERO BEACH A man scheduled to be executed April 12 for killing four women is a poster child for the death penalty, a former prosecutor said last week. This was the type of case it (the death penalty) was created for, said Robert Stone, the former state attorney for the 19th Judicial D istrict.Ex-prosecutor: Man deserves punishment 019069Some criminal cases are unusual,humorous or just outright odd.And theres no shortage of them on the Tr easure Coast.This column will highlight cases that often leave observers shaking their heads.Hang up that phoneA Fort Pierce man not only failed an opportunity to be a good Samaritan, but hes also not a very good criminal. The man apparently found a cell phone a woman left on a shelf in a store. I nstead of giving it to a store employee, the man put the phone in his pocket. M eanwhile, the woman discovered the phone was missing. Two of her friends called the number and two people in the store heard the phone ringing until after they saw the man put his hand into his pocket. Ev ery time someone called the phone, the man put his hand in his pocket and the ringing stopped. When police arrived, the man did not have the phone, but they arrested him nonetheless, apparently believing he had ditched it. One would think a criminal stealing a phone would know to shut it off, at least initially.Fleeting fameOne day you may win awards. A few days later y our life may take a downward spiral. That was the case with a goat that Vero Beach man is accused of stealing and then having it killed to be sold for food. The goat, valued at $450, V ero Beach defeated Sebastian in a lacrosse matchup WEEKEND WEATHER SPOR TS B5 INDIAN S WIN INDEXClassifiedB7 Crossword B6 Obituaries A8 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 Sports B5 Star Scopes B1 V iewpoint A6See B LOTTER, A3 BEST OF THE BLOTTERJA Y MEISEL SEBASTIAN RIVER AREA FINAL SIX NAMED C ASTLE among Impact 100 finalists for grants P ageA7 INSIDEV ol. 9, No. 25 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, March 16, 2012 019556www.HomtownNewsOL.comF or a limited time...Make your purchase and Hometown News will mail you DOUBLE your Purchase quantity Its better than BOGO!...on select Gift CerticatesLook for certicates marked with the Robbery spree suspects arrested INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Two men suspected in a robbery spree in S outh Florida confessed to committing two robberies in Indian River C ounty, authorities said last week. Ju r vis Sells, 21 and Frenel Romain, 20, addresses unavailable, told investigators in Br o ward County that they r obbed a man in Vero B each and a bait and tackle shop in Fellsmere on Feb. 29, police said. The two men are suspected of committing 30 other robberies in M iami-Dade, Broward, M onroe and Palm Beach counties, authorities said. Grant allows students to get eye exams Cliff Partlow/staff photographerSix-year-old Fabian Gutierrez sees himself in the mirror for the first time wearing his new glasses during his eye exam at Osceola Magnet School last Wednesday. Cliff Partlow/staff photographerKrysta Chappetta, left, is examined by William Maher on the Vision Quest bus at Osceola Magnet School last W ednesday.INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Brown ones. Black ones. St r iped ones. Clear ones. No these are not fish from a Dr. Seuss book, but they are some of the choices elementary school students made at a recent vision exam and eye-glasses fitting in Indian River C ounty. On March 7, Fabian G utierrez, a first grader at Dodgertown Elementary, started off his day by picking out crazy and colorful socks to wear to school for wacky Wednesday and then was picked up and taken to Osceola Magnet School to be checked out by an optometrist on Floridas Vision Quest mobile vision exam unit. I picked the brown glasses, Fabian said excitedly. The glasses will help me see better, so I can see the teensy, weensy little words. I cant have it right now, but the guys are going to mail them to my school, Fabian said. F abian and about 70 other elementary school students from all over the county had their vision examined and were fitted for glasses last week thanks to a grant program partnership between two nonprofits, the Learning Alliance and the Education F oundation of Indian River C ounty. The Minotty Family F oundation provided a $15,000 gift to the partnered nonprofits for a program called Vision for R eading, which has supY ear of the Girl Scout Study: Arts benefit local economy Sheriff seeks re-electionINDIAN RIVER COUNTY Indian River County S heriff Deryl Loar is seeking a second term in office. S heriff Loar, 44, who was the first to qualify last week for the Aug. 14 primary election, said he deserves to be re-elected because of his successful management of the agency. I have led the Indian River County Sheriffs Office through the most difficult economic time since World War II and Ive r e-branded the agency, he said. S heriff Loar said he has worked to make the office more efficient in lean economic times. I t s been tough, he said. W e ve cut $4 million from our budget during the last three years. I pride myself on being fiscally responsible. The cuts resulted in the loss of 48 full-time positions, he said. INDIAN RIVER COUNTY The chilly water of the A tlantic Ocean in early March did nothing to dissuade some seasonal beach visitors from visiting the shoreline. S ome of the heaviest female beach visitors, clocking in at 300-, 500even 600Tu rtles making their way to county beachesBy JayMeiseljmeisel@hometownnewsol.com See ROBBERIES, A2By JayMeiseljmeisel@hometownnewsol.com See DESERVES, A2By Jessica Tugglejtuggle@hometownnewsol.com See VISION, A8By JayMeiseljmeisel@hometownnewsol.com See SHERIFF, A4Advice:Leave them aloneBy Jessica Tugglejtuggle@hometownnewsol.com See TURTLES, A4INDIAN RIVER COUNTY A Girl Scouts life is much more than a box of Thin Mints. One hundred years ago in Savannah, Ga., 18 girls came together for a meeting that would ultimately influence and change the lives of thousands of girls they never had the chance to meet. Ma r ch 12 marked the 100th anniversary of the beginning of Girl Scouts of the United States of American, formerly known as the Girl Guides of America, by Juliette Gordon Low. C urrent troops and alumnae in Indian River County are excited to have their organization highlighted in a big way this year. The local troops will have a special luncheon, I ndian River County Wo men of Distinction, at Q uail Valley Country Club on April 18 at 11:30 a.m., said Tracy Carroll, a member of the board of directors for the Girl Scouts of S outheast Florida and former Girl Scout. The luncheon is open to the public and tickets are $100. Tickets are expected to go quickly, Ms. Carroll said. Fi ve women, representing the five core areas of the Girl Scout leadership: experience, financial literacy, healthy living, envir onmental education, global citizenship and STEM, or science, technology, engineering and math, will be honored at the event. By Jessica Tugglejtuggle@hometownnewsol.com See GIRL, A4INDIAN RIVER COUNTY For those without close ties to the arts, creative industry may seem like an oxymoron, but in I ndian River Countys economy, the creative industries bring a substantial amount of business. The results of a study commissioned by the C ultural Council of Indian River County to measure the economic impact of arts and culture in I ndian River County were r eleased last week and will be presented to various municipalities and governing boards in the coming weeks, said Barbara Hoffman, chairwoman of the councils board. U sing data from 2010, the study concluded I ndian River County creative industries, which include both nonprofit and for-profit creative organizations such as caterers, museums, design firms, architects and musical groups, employs 1,769 people and accounts for about $59 million in yearly earnings. The industries produced $346 million in goods and services in 2010, and generated r oughly $500,000 in Indian River County sales tax.Artisans make up 4.2 percent of workforceBy Jessica Tugglejtuggle@hometownnewsol.com See ART, A5F riday: Scattered showers; high: 81; low: 63; high tide: 4:08 a.m.; low tide: 10:12 a.m. Saturday: Pa r tly cloudy; high: 79; low: 59; high tide: 5:14 a.m.; low tide: 1 1:16 a.m. Sunday: Pa r tly cloudy; high: 79; low: 63; high tide: 6:13 a.m.; low tide: 12:13 p.m. W eather courtesy of www.weather.com Group celebrates 100th anniversary

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F riday, March 16, 2012 A2 Sebastian River Area Hometown News DR. LARRYLANDSMANBoard Certied-Over 20 Years of Dermatology Experience -Private Practice, Miami -Voluntary Professor, Dermatology -University of Miami -Cleveland Clinic of Florida -American Academy of Dermatology -American Society of Dermatologic Surgery -American Academy Cosmetic Surgery019304CALLFORANAPPOINTMENT772-562-SKIN 787 37th St. Vero Beach 018158 018272 OWNERMICHAELBO YLE019334 1-772-569-99085135 U.S. Hwy 1 Ve ro BeachMOORE MOTORSSales Parts Service LAWN MOWER NEW & USED STARTING AT UNDER $2000CARTSWE ALSO HAVE018972 Come See Our Fair DealsIndian River Firefighter Fair 018361Formally of Dels Relocated toSUMMIT PLAZA 8530 US 1 Micco (Across from Marina)561-445-2274 T h e B a r b e r S a l o o n M A S S A G E T H E R A P I S T C O M I N G S O O N 018200 Sebastian Area Historical Society, Inc. P. O. Box 781348, Sebastian, FL34978-1348 Museum 1235 Main St. Open Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri.11 am 2 pm 772-581-1380 sashi@att.netSebastian Area Historical Society, Inc.is proud to presentMORE ROSELAND HISTORYTRILBYPLANTATION ERCILDOUNEPLANTATIONW ednesday,March 21,2012,7:30 p.m. by Pamela J. Cooper Genealogist, Lecturer and Librarian at North Indian River County Library 1001 Sebastian Blvd. (CR 512 at Roseland Road) Admission is free. Soft drinks and cookies provided 019103 F ormer prosecutor Robert Stone, who sits behind his desk in his current law office, believes David Gore deserves the death penalty. Mr. Stone prosecuted Mr. Gore, who is scheduled to be executed April 12. Authorities say he murdered six women in the 1 970s and 1980s.Staff photo by Jay MeiselMr. Stone, who has a priv ate practice as an attorney in Vero Beach said he think its ridiculous that its taken nearly 30 years to execute David Alan Gore. A uthorities arrested Mr. Gore after he murdered his sixth victim, Lynn Elliott, on J uly 26, 1983. A teenager riding on his bicycle saw Mr. Gore kill Ms. Elliott after she tried to escape. Mr. Stone said Mr. Gore is a psychopath and just an evil person. When Mr. Gore led authorities to two of his victims who were buried in drums, he seemed to enjoy the experience, Mr. Stone said. Mr. Stone said he looked at Mr. Gores eyes and they looked like balls of fire. I f you believe a person can be possessed, he was possessed, Mr. Stone said. H e was absolutely devoid of any conscience. S ome people can be rehabilitated, but thats not the case for Mr. Gore, Mr. Stone said. Mr. Gore spent time in jail on a charge unrelated to the murders, Mr. Stone said. While in jail, Mr. Gore claimed he had repented to the Lord and had been saved, Mr. Stone said. Then he wasnt out of jail but two months when he killed someone else, Mr. S tone said. He believes Mr. Gore is the second most evil person hes prosecuted. The first was a serial killer in Martin County who killed more than 20 victims. In the case of Mr. Gore, his cousin, Freddy Waterfield, was involved in the crimes. Mr. Waterfield is serving a life sentence. Mr. Stone said the evidence showed Mr. Gore killed the women. He said he didnt have enough aggravating factors to seek the death penalty for Mr. W aterfield. When they abducted women, Mr. Waterfield would act like the good guy and pretend to plead for the women to be released, he said. He said he knew family members of both Mr. Gore and Mr. Waters. Those family members were well thought of in the community, Mr. Stone said. These two guys were no nowhere near like their families, he said. As the execution date nears, Mr. Stone said, he doesnt have anything definitive to believe that Mr. Gore killed more than six women. How ever, he added he wouldnt be surprised if there wasnt someone. After Mr. Gore was convicted and sentenced to death, Mr. Stone said he never expected it would take nearly 30 years for the sentence to be carried out. I figured it would take five years, he said. In one case he prosecuted after that of Mr. Gore, a man sentenced to death was executed six years later, he said. The Gore case took decades because of a court granting Mr. Gore a re-sentencing hearing, numerous appears and in some cases y ears of delays before courts made decisions on those appeals. Mr. Stone plans to be a witness to the execution of Mr. Gore. By attending the execution, Mr. Stone said he will get some closure from knowing there is finality and that justice has been served.DeservesF rom page A1 I t appears that the two I ndian River County robberies were just chance events, as both suspects chose the Fellsmere and Ve ro B each exits off Interstate-95 as an opportunity to continue their spree, C apt. Keith Touchberry of the Vero Beach Police D epartment said in a press r elease. In the Vero Beach case, a man reported two males approached him and r obbed him while he was sitting inside his vehicle. A pparently some of the r obberies they are accused of committing elsewhere we re similar. Se veral of the robberies involved individuals, as opposed to businesses, according to the CBS Channel 4 Miami website. In one case, the television station reported, two women were robbed several blocks from their home. These two guys just jumped out in front of us and put guns in our faces and were like give us all y our money and your bag and we dont kill you. I just handed them my purse, one of the women told a r eporter with the station. RobberiesF rom page A1 V isit us at: www. .comOL

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Ms. Carroll, who currently serves as a member of the Ve ro B each City Council and is a business owner, considers herself a lifelong member of the organization dedicated to empowering girls and teaching them life skills, leadership and v aluable character traits. As a child, Ms. Carroll said she was the student who was often chosen last when it came to athletic games or other team activities. She didnt learn what it was like to take a leadership position until she became a patrol leader with Girl Scouts. I learned leadership, budgeting and financial r esponsibility by selling cookies, and I learned how to give back with what we earned, Ms. Carroll said. A ccording to statistics from the Girl Scout website, 59 percent of women in the U.S. Senate are former Girl Scouts as are 60 percent of women in the U.S. House of R epresentatives. Fifty-three percent of all women business owners are former Girl Scouts, the report said. One of Ms. Carrolls favorite memories as a Girl Scout was salting corn in the Pacific Ocean and cooking a meal over a campfire. I t was so much fun, Ms. C arroll said. S ebastian City Councilwoman Andrea Coy also has fond memories of the G irl Scout program. Thinking back to those days puts a big smile on my face as I recall the camping w eekends and various badge-earning field trips, Ms. Coy said in an email interview. What fun we had learning and sharing lifes lessons! Juliette Lows mission and vision 100 years ago has not changed and today we are fortunate to have many scouting opportunities for young ladies in the S ebastian area. I am proud that these groups have endured and grown in importance over time, she wrote. The molding, guiding and empowering of girls happens because of volunteer leaders, which she is extremely thankful for, Ms. Co y said. Bu r ke Michael-Neely has been a Girl Scout troop leader in Indian River C ounty for the past 12 y ears, and is proud of what her troop member have proven to themselves and shared with the community. She also serves as the countys service unit volunteer manager. I have a ton of memories as a leader, and really the fellowship between the girls (is prominent) they have really become sisters to each other and they would do anything for each other, Ms. Michael-Neely said. S he estimates there are 30 Girl Scout troops in Indian River County with about 200 girls involved. G irl Scouts are known, and quite beloved, for their early spring fundraiser, cookie sales, but Girl Scouts is so much bigger than cookies, Ms. MichaelN eely said. The girls have learned how to take care of themselves, how to build a campfire, how to cook, we v e done mechanical work on cars, all kinds of life skills, she said. Du r ing the year, troops work on service projects, including sprucing up areas for Earth Day, donating baskets of food for needy families and collecting infant supplies for the I ndian River County H ealthy Start Coalition. I think what they take away from it is that they can do anything they want to do. They are really confident in their abilities, Ms. M ichael-Neely said. To order tickets to the In dian River County W omen of Distinction Celebration,call Bonnie Hoyt at (561) 427-0192 or email her at bhoyt@gssef.org. For more information about Gi rl Scouts of Southeast F lorida, visit www.gssef.org. F riday, March 16, 2012 A4 Sebastian River Area Hometown News R obert J. 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These visitors arent human, however. Loggerhead, leatherback and green sea turtles have already started surveying the shoreline of the beaches in Indian River County, looking for prime spots to make a nest and lay hundreds of eggs. The first nest of sea turtle nesting season, which began on March 1, was found on Ma r ch 1 by volunteer nesting surveyors, said Rick Herr en, Indian River County environmental specialist. A leatherback sea turtle, the largest of the three sea turtles that nest on Floridas east coast, left her mark on the soft sands of a north I ndian River County beach and laid her clutch in the first nest of the season. S ea turtles are massive, ancient and fascinating creatures to many people and every year Mr. Herren checks up on their patterns as part of the countys habitat conservation plan. S ea turtles are a charismatic mega-fauna, like a whale, dolphin or a lion. They are a large animal that get your attention, Mr. Herr en said. B ecause nesting season is underway, beachside residents and visitors need to be aware of their surroundings and actions to not harm the turtles or their nests, Mr. H erren said. E very year, I get about 20 people who come to me and say, how can I help with sea turtle work? And I tell them we need help with education and passing out brochures, he said. B each residents, business o wners and guests are encouraged to turn off all unnecessary lights during nesting season and remove beach furniture. Beach walkers should refrain from using flashlights, flash and video photography. N esting turtles should never be disturbed or touched. Commotion could disorient a turtle and cause it to spend less time covering and camouflaging the nest, leaving it more vulnerable to predators. V isitors see the beach as a recreational place, but during certain times of the year, its a nesting habitat, Mr. H erren said. Fi r es built on the beaches are very damaging during turtle season, and can deter a mother turtle from nesting, or harm the eggs or the hatchlings trying to make their way to the water, he said. Thousands of nests are made each season, but only a small percentage are marked by Mr. Herren and other nesting surveyors, something that misleads many people, he said. B ecause people dont often see the turtles, they can forget about them, Mr. H erren said. It is very difficult to predict the number and break down of nests that will be found on I ndian River County beaches, Mr. Herren said, but the past couple of years have seen increases in all three turtle types, records show. In the 2011 nesting season, Mr. Herren and his team of trained volunteers r ecorded a total of 5,330 nests on the beach and 5,373 false crawls. False crawls occur when a sea turtle comes onto the land, but leaves without laying any eggs. B iologists have determined some of the factors that could lead to a false crawl include light or noise pollution and obstacles on the shore. The previous year, the team recorded 5,935 nests and 6,835 false crawls.T urtlesF rom page A1 B ut thats been necessary, he added, as tax revenues are down and gas prices up since he took office. W e ve done more with less, he said. The sheriffs office under S heriff Loar has focused on being more efficient, while presenting a good public image and keeping the public protected with enough deputies on the streets, he said. As gas prices increase, the sheriffs office has cut costs in other areas to make up for the increased expense, he said. S heriff Loar also said his r eaction when two prisoners one sentenced for murder and the other awaiting trial escaped from the Indian River C ounty jail showed hes good at reacting to a crisis. The result was law enforcement recaptured the prisoners and numerous steps were taken to make the Indian River C ounty jail more secure, S heriff Loar said. If hes re-elected, some of his priorities for the next four years would be continuing the fight against prescription drug abuse, protecting seniors against crime and increasing the offices involvement with y outh activities, he said. S heriff Loar said he studied public administration in college and wanted to become a public servant. He was previously a Florida Highway Patrol trooper. Du r ing that time, he gained contacts with many local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, he said. S heriff Loar, a Republican, was the first candidate to qualify for the primary. He obtained more than enough signatures to have his name placed on the ballot. He s married to Jennifer Loar and has two sons, ages 12 and 14.SheriffF rom page A1 GirlF rom page A1 Save Money,Eat OUT!Save Money,Eat OUT! www.hometownnewsol.com 50 % OFFGift Certificates50 % OFFGift Certificates

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www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, March 16, 2012 Sebastian River Area A5 018973Exp 4/1/12 019562 8,800 acre working cattle ranch & wildlife sanctuary 3 Hour Tourwith Light Refreshment $4695 p/p+tax4 Hour Tourwith BBQ Rib &Chicken $6103 p/p+tax F ellsmere Police DepartmentManuel Osorio, 16, 185 S. O leander St., Fellsmere, was arrested March 2 and charged with grand theft and dealing in stolen property. Luis Manuel Rios Jr., 17, 10011 Esperanza Circle, Apt. 1, Fellsmere, was arrested Fe b. 13 and charged with dealing in stolen property and grand theft.Sebastian Police DepartmentKiara T. Thomas, 18, no address given, was arrested Ma r ch 3 and charged with possession of 20 grams or less of marijuana and child neglect. Norris Stanford Rogers, 18, no address given, was arrested March 3 and charged with possession of 20 grams or less of marijuana and child neglect.Indian River County Sheriffs OfficeVernon Nugene Henry, 55, no address given, was arrested March 1 and charged with sexual battery on a child younger than 12. Blake C. Smith, 59, 4530 40th Ave., Vero Beach, was arrested March 1 and charged aggravated battery and aggravated assault. Derek Adam McKenny, 28, 644 29th Ave. Southwest, Ve ro B each, was arrested Ma r ch 1 and charged with burglary of a conveyance and third-degree grand theft. Daraybron Javra Taylor, 21, 389 Hanford Road S.W., P alm Bay, was arrested Ma r ch 1 and charged with possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana with intent to sell or distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia. Marcella Yamile Duran, 40, 15435 Southwest 11th Lane, Miami, was arrested Ma r ch 1 and charged with felony retail theft in concert with others, two counts of possession of an antishoplifting detection device and driving without having a valid drivers license. Nancy Bermudez, 63, 771 W. B eckly Square, Davie, was arrested March 1 and charged with felony retail theft in concert with others and two counts of possession of an anti-shoplifting detection device. Vincent Alexander OBrien, 17, 1745 24th Ave., Ve ro B each, was arrested Ma r ch 3 and charged with attempted burglary of an occupied dwelling. Christopher P. OBrien, 15, 1745 24th Ave., Vero Beach, was arrested March 3 and charged with attempted burglary of an occupied dwelling. Keira Keesh Durden, 37, 8760 63rd Ave., Vero Beach, was arrested March 4 and charged with petit theft, dealing in stolen property and giving false information to a secondhand dealer. Michael Daniel Douglas, 25, 1675 29th Ave., Vero B each, was arrested March 3 and charged with fleeing and possession of a controlled substance. Stephen Craig Gianotti, 26, 915 52nd Ave., Vero B each, was arrested March 3 and charged with burglary of a conveyance and grand theft. Raciel Pages, 42, 474 East 64th St., Hialeah, was arrested March 3 and charged with obtaining goods by using false credit cards, grand theft, three counts of credit card fraud, criminal use of personal identification, second-degree petit theft and two counts of organized fraud. Chrisnaire Simonette, 22, 1825 Atlantis Place, Tallahassee, was arrested March 3 and charged with possession of hydrocodone without a prescription and driving while license suspended. Deon Altrevius Phillips, 29, no address given, was arrested March 2 and charged with three counts of child abuse, aggravated assault with a deadly w eapon and being a habitual traffic offender. Damian Burill Mason, 25, 6804 Citrus Park Blvd., Fort Pierce, was arrested March 2 and charged with felony battery. Katherine Sue Evans, 44, 10615 U.S. 1, Sebastian, was arrested March 2 and charged with second-degree petit theft and dealing in stolen property. Kevin Jay Sartain, 25, 2130 86th Ave., Vero Beach, was arrested March 2 and charged with violation of probation. He was on probation for possession of oxycodone without a prescription, possession of hydrocodone without a prescription, possession of alprazolam (Xanax) without a prescription and two counts of battery on a law enforcement officer. Joshua W. Harden, 27, 14527 Bonaire Blvd., Unit 106, Delray Beach, was arrested March 5 and charged with violation of probation. He was on probation for third-degree grand theft. Justin Depierro, 31, 648 N inth St., Vero Beach, was arrested March 5 and charged with violation of probation. He was on probation for grand theft of a motor vehicle and firstdegree petit theft. Clinton B. Story, 29, 1913 22nd Ave., Vero Beach, was arrested March 5 and charged with possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana. Leroy L. White, 31, 3900 Lincoln Drive, Vero Beach, was arrested March 6 and charged with possession of cocaine with intent to sell or distribute, possession of alprazolam (Xanax) without a prescription and possession of 20 grams or less of marijuana. Robert G. Weygant, 49, 906 16th Place, Vero Beach, was arrested March 6 and charged with possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting an officer without violence. Roderick D. Gibson, 37, 1610 North 25th St., Apt. 9, Fo rt Pierce, was arrested Ma r ch 6 and charged with failure to appear in court on a charge of felony battery and violation of probation. He was on probation for possession of 20 grams or less of marijuana. Rigoberto Jose Nodal, 26, 1275 32nd Ave., Vero Beach, was arrested March 6 and charged with third-degree grand theft, organized fraud, credit card fraud, criminal use of personal identification, four counts of burglary of a conveyance, dealing in stolen property and giving false information to a pawnbroker. Penny Anne Keefe, 49, 1749 S.E. Afton St., Port St. L ucie, was arrested March 6 and charged with obtaining or attempting to obtain a controlled substance by fraud. Kelly L. Langford, 51, 1635 17th Court Southwest, Ve ro B each, was arrested Ma r ch 6 and charged with cultivation of marijuana. Shannon Noel Schwing, 21, 741 Rosebush Terrace, S ebastian, was arrested Ma r ch 6 and charged with third-degree grand theft, two counts of dealing in stolen property and giving false information to a pawnbroker. Robert Marcellous Monro e, 30, 2159 10th Ave., Vero B each, was arrested March 6 and charged with felony driving while license suspended. Michael Skubish, 22, 1666 Highland Drive, Vero B each, was arrested March 6 and charged with possession of cocaine. Michael Jerome Sailor, 29, 159 Mabry St., Sebastian, was arrested March 7 and charged with possession of cocaine, tampering with evidence, resisting an officer without violence and possession of drug paraphernalia. Dean A. Tusziewicz, 29, 202 Quail Hollow Drive, Sa v annah, Ga., was arrested Ma r ch 7 and charged with violation of probation. He was on probation for possession of oxycodone without a prescription and attempted possession of ox y codone without a prescription. Daniel Ryan Seavoy, 31, 5300 Deer Run Drive, Fort Pierce, was arrested March 7 and charged with felony petit theft. Thomas H. Sturgis, 45, 416 15th Lane Southwest, Ve ro B each, was arrested Ma r ch 7 and charged with uttering a forged instrument. Genoboia C. Pauling, 29, 752 Parish Drive, Kissimmee, was arrested March 7 and charged with uttering a forged instrument and failure to appear in court on a charge of possession of fictitious drivers license or identification card. Ralph Angelo Profeta Jr., 50, 923 37th Ave., Vero B each, was arrested March 7 and charged with possession of oxycodone without a prescription. Kenneth Louis Richards, 34, 1642 21st St. Southwest, Ve ro B each, was arrested Ma r ch 7 and charged with possession of cocaine. Richard Batey Harrison, 63, 1571 Fourth Court, Vero B each, was arrested March 7 and charged with possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana. Hans Eric Vogel, 32, 5014 C orsica Square, Vero Beach, was arrested March 7 and charged with violation of probation. He was on probation for possession ofPolice report Editors note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law. Association meeting to be hosted by NASA officialTREASURE COAST The Treasure Coast Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association will hold its next meeting on March 21 at 11:30 a.m. at the Emerson Center, 1590 27th Ave., as Lisa Malone, director of public affairs for NASA, discusses managing media coverage for one of the countrys most recognizable brands. Known as the voice of NASA by many for her y ears as the female launch commentator and her various roles within NASAs public affairs department, Ms. Malone will discuss the news and events leading up to the end of the spaceshuttle program and how public relations played a ro le in showcasing the programs accomplishments and making the best of the news for NASA, even when the news angle was not always favorable. Ms. Malone serves as the director of public affairs at NASAs John F. Kennedy S pace Center. With more than 25 years of experience in public affairs, she is r esponsible for overseeing news media, television, we b, social media, exhibits and internal communications. S he leads a diverse NASA and contractor team, which is tasked with disseminating information about NASA and Kennedy S pace Centers programs. H er responsibilities include managing media activities surrounding expendable launch vehicle launches, flight hardware showings and other highprofile events. S he joined NASA following graduation from the U niversity of Alabama in T uscaloosa with a bachelors degree in communications. Ms. Malone received her masters degree in management from the F lorida Institute of Technology in Melbourne. The FPRA Treasure Coast Chapter invites all interested public relations and marketing practitioners to attend the March 21 meeting. The cost is $17 for FPRA members and $22 for nonmembers and includes lunch. Reservations may be made online at www.fpratreasurecoast.com. The meeting will take place at the Emerson Center, 1590 27th Ave., Vero B each (located on the southeast corner of the intersection of 27th Avenue and 16th Street). F or more information, visit www.fpratreasurecoast.com/.F or Hometown News newsfp@hometownnewsol.com Ms. Hoffman said the sales tax numbers were conservative because they do not include totals from shows, festivals and other activities that attract tourist spending. A ccording to the report, the creative industries generate $11.8 million in property taxes each year. The impact of the arts and other aspects of the creative industries in Indian River County have never before been quantified, Ms. Ho ffman said. P eople in the industry knew it made some sort of impact on the local economy, but without a study, no one could really define it, she said. Cr eative industries actually help bring new money to the economy, Ms. Hoffman said. N ational studies have shown guests to an area who include arts and culture in their travels stay an average of 5.2 nights and spend $623 locally per trip, compared to average stays of 3.4 nights and spending $457 per trip by guests who do not include arts and culture. They stay longer and they spend more, said Ms. H offman. The total amount of people employed by arts and culture related business is more than the number of people employed by Indian River County, 1,706, or by I ndian River Medical Center, 1,671, Ms. Hoffman said in a presentation to county commissioners last week. That makes it the second largest employer in the county, second only to the I ndian River County School D istrict, she said. It also accounts for 4.2 percent of all employment in the county, Ms. Hoffman said. The shock to us was the 4.2 number. That represents the percentage of workers in Indian River County who are involved in the cultural arts. The national average for a community is 2.2 percent, said Ms. Hoffman. A ccording to the report, the employment figures of the creative industries proportional to total employment, is 4.2 percent, nearly twice the national average. The report also showed that proportionally, Indian River Countys creative employment is greater than Chicago, which has 3.8 percent, and on par with New Yo rk City, which is recorded at 4.9 percent. The survey, paid for by the Cultural Council, cost $15,000. The survey results, compiled by Steve Nivin of SABER Research Institute and David Plettner-Saunders of The Cultural Planning Group, will be posted online at the Cultural Councils website on March 21, Ms. Hoffman said. F or more information about the arts and cultural events in Indian River County,call (772) 770-4857 or visit www.cultural-council.org.ArtF rom page A1 See CRIME, A7 Subscribe Today!To the #1 Community Newspaperwww.HometownNewsOL.com

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THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE If This is your license plate go to the nearest HTN Office to verify by noon Tuesday.This weeks prize is: $100Last Weeks Winner Billie Nichols GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY!Stop by ANY office or CALL!!!WIN $100-$1000 I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 014782 VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, MARCH 16, 2012 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM W ood carving at its finestCliff Partlow /staff photographerW ood-working artist Alan Gustave explains some of his designs to Roger and Penny Malett of Vero beach during the 6 1st annual Under the Oaks Fine Arts & Craft Show last Friday. Nearly 200 artists from all over the world make the trek to Vero Beach each year for this premier art event. Grocery basicsC ashiers and baggers need to go back and watch the videos again how to bag groceries right. I was a cashier for 20 years and the way you are supposed to bag groceries is eggs and bread can go together with bread lying flat so its not smashed when you get home and cold foods go together and non-groceries go together and cleaning products go separate from everything. And, when the cashier hands you your change and change comes first then the bill.Handicap decalsThe handicap parking (blue thing) says that if you are not parked, remove before driving. Do not drive with it hanging on your mirror. I mean, I guess people dont read stuff anymore and I guess they can do whatever they want because they have the handicap sticker. Enforce the lawDo the police enforce stop sign laws? If not, why not, and if they do, they need to do a better job. It appears that rather than stopping, the common practice in our neighborhood, is to step on the gas and hope for the best. It is especially disturbing that most of the offenders live in the neighborhood. Ev erybody better be extra cautious while driving or walking in the neighborhood, and dont dare let your children out of your immediate grasp.Observations on driving habitsI agree, drivers in the left lane are not even going the speed limit, but they hang out in the left lane anyway. Do they not remember what the left lane is for? It is called the passing lane for a reason. I would like to ask why people leave so much room in between cars while stopped at red lights. Sometimes as much as three car lengths are between one vehicle and the next one. H aving so much room between vehicles prohibits others from getting into the left turn lane. Those in the left turn lane prohibit other left turners from getting in there and that clogs up the passing lane for those of us in it. The left-turn lane gets lengthened, but it still is not long enough due to drivers allowing too much space between vehicles. The last time I checked, vehicles were not allergic to one another.In my time hereI have lived here for some 19 years and in that time: 1. My house has been broken into and they took $85 from my wallet while I was sleeping right next to my wallet. They were nice enough to leave my wallet. 2. Someone has taken three ceramic mushrooms that were in my yard. 3. Someone has taken four plastic pink flamingos. 4. My mail box has been hit and damaged seven different times. 5. Now some nitwit took my four-sided, white pyramid block of cement that was in my yard to deter the mailman from driving over my grass the full length of my yard. But this time I got a license plate number and I will find you, so keep your eyes open.W aste of taxpayer moneyIt seems we taxpayers are paying people (mostly young) to take GED classes to improve their chances of getting a job in todays difficult employment climate. I found some agencies actually pay around $1,200 for tuition, plus food money, rent money, plus travel, etc. 1. The GED school only requires a certain amount of classwork to be done. Students can arrive and leave at will. No training about being responsible, punctual or diligent. 2. Many of these students arrive dressed like the lowest members of society. Males with pants below their butts and underwear showing, unkempt clothes and hair. Girls parade around like hookers with bare mid-drifts and tramp tattoos. I spoke with the director at the adult school who shrugged her shoulders and said, Well what can you do? A seating area next to the adult education building is constantly inhabited by pot smokers and other lowlifes. The ground is littered with cigarette butts, empty cans, foil cigar wrappers used to conceal pot, empty plastic drink bottles and other such waste. The director stated, they need somewhere to sit on their breaks. Students who are studying at their desks do not need a place to sit when on break. 3. Some of these students who are being paid to attend GED class are using the money for drug activities and deviant activity at and around the school area. I am doubtful that the training received at this school is sinking in enough to actually be a good investment for taxpayer money. We need educators with backbones who can teach youngsters that being perceived as a gangster is not a path to a productive, happy life. S tudents should be required to come on time, leave on time and dress accordingly just like in the real world. People cant even enter an unemployment office without business casual clothing. What have they learned with our tax dollars support? It s OK to come late. It s OK to leave early. It s OK to dress like a gangster or slut. It s OK to play with drugs with 1,000 feet of a school. It s OK to litter and sit in the middle of a debris field. It s OK to take a GED course just to get free government money.Enough reasonM exicans and people from other Latin American countries are coming across our borders in droves. When they arrive, they have already broken our immigration laws. Those who want to work must then break our Social S ecurity laws by securing and using fake identity cards. The cowardly reaction in Washington is valid reason for voters to turn the Obama Administration out of office.Up in armsThe military is up in arms (pun intended) by proposals to reduce our preparedness and, rightly so. The Obama administration admits the Pentagon will be forced to cancel all new aircraft, intelligence and weapons programs, leaving our troops to make do with equipment from the 1950s, worn out in Iraq and Afghanistan. This is not the path to take for this brave country. Got something to say? Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at (772) 465-5504or e-mail news@hometownnewsol.com. C allers are asked to refrain from making slanderous statements.Statements of fact will be checked for accuracy. In the past few months, I have written about a couple of free downloads that can enhance y our computer experience. I have begun to see a pattern in the responses. The first issue I would like to address is a message to everyone who asked what comes with these downloads. When I write a column telling people about a piece of software and provide a link, 99.9 percent of the time, the page that the link brings you to will tell you everything you need to know. U sually, you will find a link to the frequently asked questions, as well. I have also noticed many people think I am associated with the software that I write about. Please understand, I find software on the Internet that I think people may find helpful, I download and install it, and then put it through its paces. If it's something I feel is well written and free of viruses, spyware or other "gotchas," then I write a column about it to let people know it's out there. The software providers have no idea I'm writing about them. I just tell people that Ive found something that works for me and where they can get a copy. One more issue that I need to address is the concept of "free." When a software provider provides a "free version" along with a version that you have to pay for, you are on your o wn if you decide to get the free version. That typically means no support if you have issues. This concept, while reasonable to me, seems to annoy some people. I'll use Avast antivirus as an example. Let's say you are running the free version and you get a message that it has found a virus or some critical error that it cannot automatically fix. If you attempt to go back to the Avast w ebsite and get them to help you, they are going to want you to pay for their help because you are using the free version. This should come as no surprise as it's clearly mentioned on the website, but it sure does catch people off guard. If you have not been r unning an up-to-date antivirus program and decide to download the free edition, don't be surprised if you find your machine is infected. If the program tells you that you have a virus it can't clean and you don't know how to clean (a hint: Google the virus name), then you are likely going to have to pay someone to fix it. If you download a free virus scanner and put it on a machine that has been on the Internet for months with no protection and it discovers a virus, don't expect anyone to come bail y ou out for free. I hope that answers some of the emails I've gotten lately. If I haven't gotten to y our email yet, please be patient; my inbox is a bit swamped right now. 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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Paul Bahn, a distinguished Ice Age archaeologist, writer and BBC commentator will be the featured speaker at a special program at the Emerson Center in Vero Beach at 4 p.m. on March 18. The program is made possible by the Old Vero I ce Age Sites Committee. A specialist in Ice Age art, Mr. Bahn comes to the county because of his interest in the carved fossil bone found in Vero B each by James Kennedy and the unique deposits here that include the wellknown Vero Man site. The carved artifact, the only known example of a man made Pleistocene carving in the Americas, has heightened interest in F loridas earliest human inhabitants. Mr. Bahn is the author of the well-known book, J ourney through the Ice Age, and in 2003 led the team that discovered Br itains first Ice Age cave art at Creswell Crags in N ottinghamshire. He r eceived his doctorate from Cambridge and completed several postdoctorial fellowships, including a Getty Foundation fellowship in the history of art and the humanities. He is a contributing editor to Archaeology magazine, a BBC commentator on archaeology and art, and translator of numerous books on archaeology. W ith a primary research interest in prehistoric art, especially rock art of the world and Paleolithic art, he has expressed an interest in the carving from Ve ro B each since its discovery in early 2009. The confirmation by the Sm ithsonian Institution of the work done on the authenticity of the carved artifact by the University of Florida has prompted Mr. Bahn to come and see it for himself. The discovery of a mammoth carving on the bone of an extinct Florida mammal has caused N ational Geographic magazine to ask, is this the tip of the iceberg? What carvings or other art may yet be discovered in the county. Mr. Bahn will speak on r ecent discoveries in Ice Age art from Europe and other parts of the world. UF archaeologist Barbara Purdy, professor emerita of anthropology, will also be visiting Vero B each for this presentation. A dmission to this special program at the Emerson Center is free.F or Hometown News newsfp@hometownnewsol.com F riday, March 16, 2012 A8 Sebastian River Area Hometown News 019070www .HometownNewsOL.com 1-800-823-0466 019555R omancing the StoveArlene Borg The Grammy Guruwww.HometownNewsOL.com R ecipes S tories Archives & More 019557Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! 018581 JewelersHours: Mon-Fri 9am-6pm 4000 Dixie HWY NE (US1) Palm Bay321-725-3451 013595 If you enjoy working with businesses, and helping them succeed, this is the position for you. In addition to servicing existing accounts, you will also be calling on area businesses to generate new customers for our paper. We offer a weekly guarantee, cell phone and gas allowances, plus commission. Experienced representatives earn $50,000+. Benefits include health, dental, and a 401K plan.Send a resume toOpportunity@HometownNewsOL.com Please include a cover letter telling us why we absolutely must hire you.EOE, we drug testWE ARE LOOKING FOR PROFESSIONAL MARKETING ADVERTISING CONSULTANTSThe most honored Community N ewspaper in America for the past 9 years 658799Johan FischerJ ohan Fischer, 64, died Feb. 23, 2012. He was born in the Netherlands and lived in Sebastian for many years. He was a brick layer. He was a member of the Italian American Club. He is survived by his wife of eight years, Cynthia; a stepson, Clarence; two stepdaughters, Danielle and H eather and six grandchildren. Ar r angements by Strunk Funeral Home and Crematory ,S ebastian. Obituaries Pucker upIndian River County Sheriff Deryl Loar, loser of the jail and bail event at the Indian River Habitat for Humanity Cracker Hoedown on March 3 at Riverside Park, plants a kiss on Chick-PhilLay. The chicken is owned by Coral Wolff, a member of Rebel Hogs With a Cause 4-H Club. Photo courtesy of Indian River Habitat for Humanity Archaeologist to make presentation, visit carved fossil bone port from the Indian River C ounty school districts health services department. Elementary students have mandated vision screenings in kindergarten, first grade, third grade and sixth grade, at the beginning of the school year, said S helly Potter, health services. Screenings are suggested for ninth graders as well, she said. If a child fails the screening, the parents are notified and provided a list of local vision resources, said Cynthia Falardeau, executive director of the Education F oundation. H ealth aides at each school follow up every 30, 60 and 90 days to make sure the family has met the needs of their student. If a family cannot afford a follow up screening and glasses, then the child is r eferred to receive the assistance through the services of a mobile vision unit administered by Floridas Vision Quest, a press r elease said. The Minotty Family F oundation gift provided exams and glasses for 215 children in need this year. I feel its important to support our entire community but the visual needs of our local youth are vital to our future, ophthalmologist Paul Minotty said. Y ou cant learn if you cant read the page. Our mission is to give the students the tools they need to be successful, so this seemed like a perfect partnership with the the Learning Alliance, Ms. F alardeau said. F or more information about the Education Foundation of Indian River County,visit www.edfoundationirc.org. 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Sebastian River Area 018364VERO BEACH The trilling and wailing of brass, the fast-fingering of the ivories and the groundr umbling notes of strings thrilled the crowd at The Emerson Center earlier this w eek. The Space Coast Jazz Orchestra, associated with the Space Coast Symphony, held their audience of more than 200 captivated with the sounds of Count B asie, Harry James, Lionel H ampton, Buddy Rich and more on March 11. A master group of musicians made up the orchestra, including a pianist, bassist, drummer, four trumpeters, four trombone and five saxophone players. Each accomplished, solo-quality and experienced musicians in their o wn right, the band of 16 players jived together with their renditions of Hamps B oogie Woogie, Manteca L ov e for Sale and more. B and leader and lead trumpeter John Pendenza wowed the crowd with a sensational trumpet solo performance of Maynard Fe r gusons Danny Boy, hitting a double C, or a note five ledger lines and one note above the music staff. I t s not the highest note Ive ever hit, but it was the highest tonight, Mr. Pendenza said. Mr. Pendenza organized the group using his extensive musical contacts. He commended all the musicians for their dedication and lauded their experience and ability to play anything that is in front of them and even things that we re not in front of them. A s a general rule, when one of the players stands up and starts playing a solo, its all improvised, Mr. Pendenza said. W e play what we feel. It s a language to us. B ecause of our knowledge of the language we can express our very thoughts, he said. The concert provided listeners a taste of different sides of jazz, including blues, boogie, be-bop and a slight hint of rock n roll, Mr. Pendenza said. INDIAN RIVER COUNTY The third annual Vero R oad Rally Magnifique, Ve ro s only European-style r oad rally, takes place Ma r ch 31 from 11 a.m.-5 p .m. This years 40-mile, 1.25hour rally celebrates the scenic beauty and local history of the Treasure C oast and is full of surprises and may even include ra re pink flamingo sightings, said VRRM Chairman K arl Steene, vice president of Grand Bank. Ve hicles will line up for starting position, first infirst out, between 11 a.m. and noon at the Sun Up C enter in Vero Beach. Following the noon drivers and navigators meeting, r ally entrants will be handed sealed rally instructions as they start, one car at a time, just prior to 1 p.m. No matter what car is entered, the car itself does not hold a competitive edge. In fact, the 2010 and 2011 winners were a 2005 Fo rd E xpedition and a Lamborghini Gallardo. This years rally is limited to 100 cars and the registration fee is $250 for each driver and navigator team, plus $125 per person for each additional passenger. R ally participants include: Brian Redman, honorary VRRM chairman and four-time World Sports C ar champion, three-time D aytona 24-hour winner, and the two-time Sebring 12-hour winner. O ther celebrities include D awn and James Redman, honorary VRRM rally masters, David Hobbs, Formula One commentator, and Co rk ey Fornof, stunt pilot for numerous James Bond movies and numerous other high-flying, actionFRIDAY, MARCH 16 The National League of American Pen Women, Vero Beach branch, celebrates W omens History Month with a mini-Chautauqua event to be presented at Horizon Bay, 24 25 2 0th St., Vero Beach at 1:30 p.m. Members, prospective members and guests are welcome. F or more information, call (772) 562-6083.TH ROUGH SU NDA Y, MA RCH 18 The Firefighters Fair, Indian River County Fairgrounds, Vero Beach, times vary. Expect fun, rides, cleanliness, food and a family atmosphere. Proceeds from the event support various local scholarships and funds. Cost: $6, other costs may apply. Visit www.firefightersfair.org.THURSDAY, MARCH 15SUNDAY, APRIL 1 V ero Beach Theatre Guild presents Titanic, The Musical, V ero Beach Theatre Guild, Vero Beach, times vary. Cost: $20, $22. Students younger than 18 half-price W ebsite: www.verobeachtheatreguild.comSAT URDAY, MARCH 17 P elican Island Wildlife F estival, Riverview Park, Sebastian, 10 a.m. Wildlife exhibits, boats tours, kayaking, music and childrens activities with going green theme. Cost: free. W ebsite: http://firstrefuge.org Space Coast Symphony Orchestra concert series, French Classics, T rinity Episcopal Church, Vero Beach, 7 p.m. Featuring music by F rench musicians Jacques Offenbach, Claude Debussy, Georges Bizet and Hector Berlioz. W ebsite: www.spacecoastsymphony.org V ero Beach Airport A viation Day will take place from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. About 50 airplanes on static display, frequent fly-overs, joyrides in B-25 bomber, T-6 Texan, Stearman biplane and helicopter. Lots of other exhibits and attractions for all. T ry space-flight simulator and normal airplane simulator. F ood and drinks available. Plenty of free parking. Adults $5, family $10. F or more information, call (772) 9784930 or visit www.eaa99.org.SUNDAY, MARCH 18 Jazz in the Garden McKee Botanical Garden, Vero Beach, STAR SCOPESJames Tucker W eek of 3-16-2012 Aries-March 21-April 19Continue moving ahead with the new venture. If you hesitate, it could set you back. Your income should increase considerably if you follow through. Your creativity and vision are strong now. Y our heart is open. You are having more fun. Continue to water and nurture your desire for change and the universe will bring great rewards for your efforts.T aurus-April 20-May 20Slow down a little. It's better to do a few things well than many in a shaky way. Take a breather along the way to keep your energy at a peak. Eat fresh foods and exercise more. Look for ways to have fun each day. Balance is so important. If it isn't fun, don't do it. This insures a strong, healthy, exciting life filled with much adventure.Gemini-May 21-June 21K eeping your strength up is a major concern. No reason to burn out this early in the year. Life's activities are speeding up. Refuse to jump around on unimportant things. Ask for advice from your closest friends before making major decisions. Highly responsible people perform this way. Now higher blessings are on the way.Cancer-June 22-July 22Pursue your new plans with gusto. Follow through on inspirations that come from the heart. Sometimes it just takes patience to hang in there and trust the universe. Just because you don't see immediate results doesn't mean something isn't happening. Then at the last minute, when it seems like all is lost, the ideas spring into life and all is well.L eo-July 23-Aug. 22Y ou manifest by using the creative power of the mind and heart. Your latest project is a winner. See it through to completion. Infuse it with your own originality and uniqueness and it will be a real winner. Refuse to let negativity of the world spoil your fun. Bring everything into alignment with your highest knowing and march on to victory.Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22It's better to just accept thanSee OUT, B2 See SCOPES, B4Musical aficionados boogie, be-bop with jazz bandOut &about John Pendenza, lead trumpeter and bandleader of the Space Coast Jazz Orchestra, amazed concert goers with his musical stylings at a recent concert at The Emerson Center in Vero Beach. Staff photo by Jessica Tuggle By Jessica Tugglejtuggle@hometownnewsol.com See BAND, B2 Road rally taking place March 31 Photo courtesy of Lee Orre T ucked between the LoPresti Fury stunt plane and a Ferrari 458 is Sun Up board member Kathi Schumann, left, next to Fury namesake David LoPresti, LoPresti Aviation director of marketing and Vero Road Rally Magnifique finish-line party host. 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French classics will be the theme of the evening, with musical selections such as Rhapsody for Clarinet and Orchestra, by Claude D ebussy and Jacques Offenbachs Overture to Orpheus in the Underworld, which includes the crowd-pleasing C an-Can. The orchestra will also cover the famed opera, C armen, by Georges Bizet and Roman Carnival Overture by Hector Berlioz. The concert will take place at Trinity Episcopal Church in Vero Beach at 7 p .m. This concert showcases the range of human emotions, said director Aaron C ollins in a press release. J ennifer Royals, our talented clarinetist, is wonderfully sensitive in the D ebussy, while the Carmen suites are tantalizing and the Can Can is raucous.In the end, people will leave with their heels kicked up, he said. Ms. Royals has transformed her childhood hobby into a passionate pursuit of a musical career. S he has a bachelors degree in music education and a masters degree in clarinet performance from the University of Central Florida. Ms. Royals also plays with the Treasure Coast Opera and wind ensemble, the Ve ro B each Chamber Orchestra and performs as a freelance musician. S he shares her passion with young musicians by teaching clarinet lessons and classes at the local middle and high schools. Ad v ance tickets to the concert are $20 and can be purchased at Marine Bank and Trust beachside and mainland branches, and M adison Avenue Consignments. Tickets at the door are an additional $5. Students 18 and younger are free. F or tickets or more information about the upcoming S pace Coast Symphony Or chestra,call (321) 5368580 or visit www.spacecoastsymphony.org.BandF rom page B1 time to be determined. Live jazz performances in the garden. Cost: garden entry fees apply. W ebsite: www.mckeegarden.org V ero Beach Opera performance, Leoncavallos I Pagliacci, starring Metropolitan Opera tenor Marcello Giordani, Performing Arts Center, Vero Beach High School, Vero Beach, 7 p.m. W ith Anton Coppola conducting the Brevard Symphony Orchestra. Cost: $30, $40, $50 and $100. W ebsite: http://verobeachopera.orgTUESDAY, MARCH 20 Cancer support group the Cancer Center at Indian River Medical Center, 5 p.m. Call (772) 567-4311, Ext. 1529 for more information.OutF rom page B1 See OUT, B4 018074 W atch Sebastian P lus with Julian Maldonadoon WWCI TV10M on / Wed 12:30 and 7:30 p.m. T ue / Thurs 8:30 a.m./ 4:30 and 11:30 p.m. Antenna Channel 10 Sebastian Cable Channel 10 Ve ro Beach Cable Ch 11 St r eaming Broadcast at www.ww.city10.com

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to overanalyze. Much life force and energy is wasted by over-thinking. Stick to the basics. Trust that life's concerns always work out in divine order for the higher good of all concerned when you go with the flow. Your new knowledge will keep you moving forward and lower your stress levels considerably.Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22A lighter touch goes a long way. Resolve to let petty annoyances slide off you without attaching. You are a winner. Your strong, balanced performance in life is Oscarquality. The coming spring will continue to present you with new ideas to plant, grow and harvest. The future belongs to you because you believe in your dreams.Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21Y our natural rhythm and timing is good now. Physical activities should be a high priority. Your instincts are whispering to you, "Slow down, listen to good music, dance more. Laugh a lot. Don't get upset. Get a manicure. Read a good book." Get it. Listen closely and then take action. The end result is g reat lasting joy and success.Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21Experience new challenges right now but cling to the basics as well. Be good to yourself. You are always good to others. It's your true nature. Your "inner voice" is so strong. You are at your best when you listen to and follow it. When the time is right, you know when to make the right moves. The g reat visionaries of the world, like you, follow this plan.Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19T here is much reason for joy in your life. Just keep your top priorities in line. First should be to feed your inner spirit. T hen, from this natural high, take care of earthly responsibilities. Let go of old habits from the past that no longer serve you. This will be the best year of your life if you move these two ideas forward. Keep the faith and prosper.Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18Let your actions speak for you more than your words. You don't have to seek approval for your choices in life. Seeking advice from a trusted friend is the exception to this. It is your time to shine. The key is to make wise choices and be courageous when needed. Sometimes less is more. It is never wrong to say no to negativity.Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20T he eye of the hurricane is the safest place to be in a storm. Keep your cool when others around you are losing theirs. Stay centered. Know that this, too, shall pass. Positive results come from focused energy. Keep on encouraging others around you to do their best. A kind word goes a long way. You are the master of kindness and goodwill, you know. James Tucker can help bring renewed joy and hope in your life. A personalized astrology chart, a private reading, an exciting home or office party, an inspirational group talk, a rebirthing, or a positive business forecast are just a few of the special services he offers. Call (772) 334-9487 or email jtuckxyz@aol.com for details and prices. 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The reception also includes a live auction, 60s car music, refreshments and hors doeuvres. As the grande finale, Mr. F orrnof will put on a mini air show kicked off by members of Sky Dive S ebastian who plan drop in for this special event. A ccording to Dennis Ba r tholomew, Sun Ups executive director, rally proceeds benefit Sun Ups programs, services and r esidential opportunities for developmentally disabled individuals with special needs. F or more information, visit www.sunupofir.org or call (772) 770-6626.RallyF rom page B1 Ball proceeds will benefit youthTREASURE COAST A ttendees at the seventh annual Police Officers Ball will get to eat a good dinner, dance and learn the identity of the Treasure Coast Police Officer of the Year. B ut more importantly, theyll know that by attending, they are helping children, said Fort Pierce Master Police Officer Paul P earson. W e re doing this for the kids, said Officer Pearson, who directs the Fort Pierce P olice Athletic League. The ball will begin at 6 p .m. on March 31 at Pelican Y acht Club, 1120 Seaway Dr ive, Fort Pierce. T ickets cost $100 per person. Pr oceeds raised by the event will go to the Police A thletic League. The money goes 100 percent to help the kids, Officer Pearson said. It doesnt go to administration. The money will be used to provide field trips and other activities for youth. P AL activities include boxing, mentoring, basketball and assisting youth with their academics. P AL also has summer camp every year. O ur motto is to fill playgrounds, rather than prisons, Officer Pearson said. At the event, the officer named Treasure Coast Officer of the Year will receive $1,000, thanks to a donation from Ocean Chiropractic and Health Center. Located where? The officer will be chosen from nominees of the Martin County and St. Lucie C ounty sheriffs offices and the Fort Pierce and Port St. L ucie police departments. The event also will feature live and silent auctions. B usinesses and individuals are invited to donate items for those auctions. F or more information on making a donation or obtaining a ticket,call M elissa Alexander at (772) 370-0066. T ickets also can be obtained at the Fort Pierce P olice Department.By JayMeiseljmeisel@hometownnewsol.com ScopesF rom page B1TUESDAYS, MA RCH 2 0-A PRIL 17 Film studies course Vero Beach Museum of Art, Vero Beach, times vary. Topic: Innocents abroad: German film and the other. Cost: see website. W ebsite: www.verobeachmuseum.orgTHURSDAY, MARCH 22 Emerson Center Florida Humanities Series Emerson Center at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Vero Beach, 7 p.m. Speaker: Seth Bramson. Topic: The Florida East Coast Railway: For More Th an 110 Years Americas Speedway to Sunshine. Cost:OutF rom page B2 See OUT, B5 Save Money, Eat OUT! Save Money, Eat OUT! www.hometownnewsol.com 50 % OFFGift Certificates50 % OFFGift Certificates Subscribe Today!To the #1 Community Newspaperwww.HometownNewsOL.com

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HONESTY & QUALITY, WE PROMISE BOTH $150 PURCHASE 014789Pr esented by the TOWNOF MALABAR Pr esented by the TOWNOF MALABARA long with our sponsors: Saturday, March 31 & Sunday, April 110 am to 5 pmSaturday, March 31 & Sunday, April 110 am to 5 pmMalabar Community Park 1850 Malabar Road,Malabar(next to the Fire Station)Live Entertainment Both Days by Local BandsSa tur day Mar ch 31st: Greg &Brian 10 am to 1 pm and Swampfox2 to 5 pm At the Fr ont Field : Dixie Hiway Bluegrass Band10 am to 1 pm and Country Classic Band1 to 4 pm Sunday Apr il 1st: Johnny Quinlivan Band 10 am to 1 pm and Fade to Black1 to 3 pm and Above &Beyond3 pm to 5 pm At the Fr ont Field : Castaway Bluegrass Bunch10 am to 12 pm and Sygnal1 to 3 pmThis year,we have special events to celebrate the To wns 50th Anniversary: a Cake Contest,Cow Bell 5K FunRun,Amateur Photo Contest,Wine Down on Sunday (Wine and Cheese with music by Above & Beyond)in addition to our regular offerings!!!ADMISSIONAND P ARKINGAREFREE! ADMISSIONAND P ARKINGAREFREE! Craft &Business Vendors Horse &Pony Rides Dunking Booth Bounce Houses &Slide Fire Department Demonstrations Car Show -Sat., March 31 Critter Corner(local animals) American &Greek Foods & Beer Novelty &SnackFoods Games, Raffles &More!Sharks blanked by Indians Sebastians defense was no match for V ero Beachs offense during last Thursdays match-up in the Citrus Bowl. Anthony Civita (No. 21) right, defend against Dylan Cannon (No. 3) of V ero Beach late in the first quarter. Vero Beach went won 200.Cliff Partlow staff photographerVERO BEACH Matt H ughes and Colton Pierce led the Vero Beach High School Indians boys lacrosse team with 4 goals in their 200 romp over the Sebastian River High School Sharks. It was a rocky start for the S harks last Thursday night at the Citrus Bowl, when Vero scored 5 goals in the first 8 minutes of the game. Ve ro starting 4-2 this w eek, was looking for another win and this one against the first-year Sebastian lacrosse team. Ve ro s experience was evident on the field, defensively and offensively. They r etained possession of the ball for most of the game winning 19 of 24 ground balls. A man-to-man defense would have helped Sebastian, as Veros players dodged and cut through them quickly, breaking through the crease from behind the cage to score. Ve ro s offense made the S hark defense look nonexistent. The score was 13-0 at the half. I t was a good outcome but this was a good practice for us to be a better team, said Indian midfielder Gunnar Flinchum. It all comes down to how hard we play. S ebastian had to credit goalie Mark Cronenberg for opening the second half with a nice block. B ut the block was the end of the good news. Ticer Pfeifer and Hughes scored back-to-back goals. At the top of the fourth period, the only hope for S ebastian was to score at least one goal. To the Sharks credit, they never stopped battling. I t is important for the students to come away from this learning something, said Sebastian Coach Mike B eaty. We suffer from inexperience. Its critical, though, to see the effort and heart. It is what we are looking for; the skills will come ov er time. The biggest downfall for S ebastian was controlling the ball. H ughes struck again, followed by Flinchum and Br yan Hoekzema. Ve ro closed out the game with 5 minutes left, and the S harks managed to keep them from scoring again. H ughes and Pierce had 4 goals; Dylan Cannon had 3 goals with Flinchum, H oekzema and Tyler Martin with 2 goals apiece. Pfeifer, Winton Roschach and Austin Zugelter each had one goal. W e re pretty happy with the outcome and it was a bit of a lopsided matchup, said Ve ro C oach John Moriarty. W e need to work at finding a bit more discipline offensively, but we did find the back of the net. S ebastian River 1-5 (0-3) will play Saint Edwards in a district away match on Mar ch 20 at 6 p.m. Ve ro 5-2 (2-0) plays John C arroll High School in an away game at 6 p.m. March 20.By Brittany Llorentebllorente@hometownnewsol.com free. W ebsite: http://theemersoncenter.org A taste of art history Vero Beach Museum of Art, Vero Beach, noon. Featuring the Roy Lichtenstein: Art of the Graphic Image video. Cost: free. W ebsite: www.verobeachmuseum.orgWEDNESDAY, MARCH 21 Essential Tremor Support Group, 2 p.m. at Alzheimer & P arkinson Association, 2300 Fifth Ave., Suite 150, Vero Beach. Essential Tremor is a condition that affects more than 10 million people in America. It contributes to social anxiety and frustration because of the inability to perform everyday tasks that require fine motor skills such as holding a glass, eating soup, and writing. Discussion will include selfcare, social situations, proper nutrition, healthy habits, medications, doctors who specialize in ET and other topics of interest. Friends and family are welcome. F or more information, call (703) 6281286.FRIDAY, MARCH 23 Space Coast Symphony Orchestra concert series, V erdis Requiem, T rinity Episcopal Church, Vero Beach, 7 p.m. The orchestra will be joined by the Space Coast Chorus to tackle music by Richard Wagner and Giuseppe V erdi. www.spacecoastsymphony.orgSAT URDAY, MARCH 24 The Indian River Region Antique Automobile Club of America will host its 3 5th annual antique, classic and collector car show from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. in Riverside Park in V ero Beach. Approximately 300 cars are expected to be on display. Recognized car classes will be judged and trophies awarded. The car show is free and there is free parking. This years theme is Help Drive Out Hunger. Vero Beach Postmaster Rick Hankins has teamed up with the Antique Car Club to collect food for local food banks and homeless shelters. Show spectators and participants are encouraged to bring canned and packaged food to the show. All antique, classic, prestige, special interest, foreign, commercial and modified vehicles are welcome to register for the show. The event features a large food court, a car-related flea market and a car corral for buying or selling collector cars. Car owners and vendors can register by calling (772) 6436110. 19th annual Junior League of Indian Rivers tour of homes, locations to be announced, 10 a.m. Glimpse inside five of Vero Beachs most unique and luxurious homes. Net proceeds from the event support the leagues shortand long-term community projects. Cost: $35 per ticket. W ebsite: www.jlir-org Y outh fun shop, Vero Beach Museum of Art, Vero Beach, 1 p.m. Tour and activity in the Beyond Reality exhibition. Cost: $2 for non-members. W ebsite: www.verobeachmuseum.orgTH ROUGH SU NDAY, JUNE 3OutF rom page B4 See OUT, B6 018075

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F riday, March 16, 2012 B6 Sebastian River AreaHometown News 019066Answers located in Classified Section Cycle of Change: Tom Nakshimas Treepile P aintings, V ero Beach Museum of Art exhibition, V ero Beach, during normal business hours. Cost: admission fees apply. W ebsite: www.verobeachmuseum.org Stephen Knapp: Lightpaintings, V ero Beach Museum of Art exhibition, V ero Beach, during normal business hours. Cost: admission fees apply. W ebsite: www.verobeachmuseum.org.ONGOING EVENTS V ero Beach Elks Lodge sends cookies to soldiers: Homemade or store-bought cookies may be dropped off at 10 a.m. on the third T hursday of every month. Money donations for shipping costs are also appreciated. Bring cookies to Vero Beach Elks Lodge 1774, 1350 26th St., Vero Beach. F riday farmers market in downtown Vero Beach. For more information, call (772) 581-2746. Mens singles tennis pyramid: Play runs from 6-8 p.m. every Thursday at the Riverside Racquet Complex, 350 Dahlia Lane, Vero Beach. OutF rom page B5 Foundation offering tennis programINDIAN RIVER COUNTY The Mardy Fish Foundation will offer a club tennis program at Gifford Middle School from March 20-May 4. Each week there will be two practices and one match. Scheduled matches for GMS are with Saint E dwards and St. Anastasia, both home and away matches with each school. The middle school team is open for beginners to advanced players. The team will be coached by Andy S tanfield, USPTA-certified pro and Gifford Middle School physical education teacher. As a way to support local y outh and tennis community, Sam Garcia, Quail Valley tennis director, has generously donated courts for practices. W e see a real need in this community for more courts to be available for our y oung tennis players match play, and Quail Valley is pleased to donate our courts for this program, said Mr. Garcia. F or more information about the Mardy Fish Foundation Kids On Courts program,call (231)-330-3984 or visit www.mardyfishfoundation.com.F or Hometown News newsfp@hometownnewsol.com Photo courtesy of Paula ChamberlinThe team, front row, from left: JoAnn Martin, Kendall Bradley, Brooke Fasciana and Meghan Conway. Back row: Coach Jessie Kubiak, Ella Donaho, Kelsey Tripp, Alexandra Lilliquist, Jaime Chamberlin and Coach Marianne Vinette.V olleyball team takes first placeTREASURE COAST Tr easure Coast 18 National volleyball team took first place in the 18 club division of the ASICS OVA Invitational March 3-4 at the Orange County Convention C enter in Orlando. The team went undefeated this weekend with wins against Atlantic Coast juniors, Big Lake juniors and C entral Florida Volleyball A cademy in pool play. The team is coached by Mar ianne Vinette and Jessie K ubiak, assistant coach. C oach Vinette was not sure what the season would bring since her team is very youn g with only one 18y ear old on the team. The rest of the team r anges from 14-17 year olds. The team heads to the P alm Beach juniors sponsored Cloverleaf Invitational in Fort Lauderdale the w eekend of March 24-25. F or Hometown News newsfp@hometownnewsol.com Please Tell Them... I Saw It In HOMETOWN NEWS CLASSIFIEDS! 800-823-0466 BEST IN THE AREA! 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